Gallego is stuck. Either he is guilty of a federal crime or ineligible for office.
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Flores’ grassroots victory defies the “blue wave” predicted by liberal media pundits.
Calling him a “commonsense, conservative leader,” Texans for Fiscal Responsibility has endorsed Republican Pete Flores for the special election in Texas Senate District 19.
Gallego is running against Republican Pete Flores who received first place in the initial special election.
Following the overdue resignation of former State Senator Carlos Uresti, Governor Greg Abbott announced the special election date for the now vacant seat.
Uresti, who faces what could amount to decades in prison, is not the only Texas Democrat lawmaker facing jail time.
Texas has sported very few competitive congressional races in recent year; 2018 promises to be different.
Why are some liberal candidates hiding their records this election season? They seem to be avoiding a public stand on certain issues, and/or tying themselves to President Obama and his policies. Take for example state representative Ryan Guillen (D-Dist.31) from Rio...
At first blush, House Speaker Joe Straus’ new committee chairs indicate he heard the message voters sent in November — welcome news for taxpayers. Perhaps the biggest win is seeing liberal Rene Oliveira removed from the Ways & Means chairmanship, replaced by Taxpayer Pledge signer Harvey Hilderbran.